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Nov 4, 2012 12:00pm PST
and no power, some survivors of the storm are in desperate need of a place to live. in new york city alone, governor andrew cuomo estimates between 30 to 40,000 people could need housing. >>> some voters in new jersey may face challenges election day because of superstorm sandy, but now governor chris christie says voters can e-mail or fax in their vote. how will that work? joining me right now on the phone is the president of the new jersey association of election, dennis sobez. dennis, good to have you with us. how will this work? a lot of people have been displaced. how do you know their votes are legitimate or the ones that are faxed or e mailed in are legitimate votes? >> they'll be checking by the signatures. they need to apply first by the county clerk. they can e-mail the county clerk of their county and request an overseas ballot and they'll be able to vote for the top of the ticket and e-mail it for best effect, but they will have to sign a waiver giving up their right to a secrecy ballot, though. >> all right. give me an idea realistically, how do you believe a lot of people who
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